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A unique take on the found footage genre with all the tension and dread of 'Audition'. Great chemistry between the lead actors and fantastic pacing right up until the terrifying conclusion. Amazing to see this kind of calibre film coming out of Ireland and I look forward to seeing what Mark Sheridan does next.
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